A want of ceruminal secretion, with undue dryness of the ears, is usuallv symptomatic of chronic middle-ear disease; if it is attended with itchiness, painting the meatus with some softening substance, such as vaseline, atfords a certain degree of relief.

It consists in combating the rheumatic poison with Salicylates, septicaemia with serums, syphilis with Mercury or Iodides; in restoring the condition of the blood; in securing bodily and mental rest; and in removing all poisons from the system, such as alcohol, tea and tobacco, by a reformation of diet and personal habits. Against these latter it is found to be generally more effective than any remedies previously in use. Normal rabbit serum and ox serum do not precipitate bacterial broth filtrates.

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